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© OPDS 2009 WELCOME TO OCEAN PARK DRIVING SCHOOL My Name is Kim Filby and I will be your Driving School Instructor First things first, do we all know our road signs? We will after today!!
© OPDS 2009 ROAD SIGNS
© OPDS 2009 You may park in the area between the signs during the times posted. * ticketing and/or towing may occur
© OPDS 2009 Do not enter this road
© OPDS 2009 Do not stop in the area between the signs. This means you may not stop your vehicle in this area, even for a moment
© OPDS 2009 Do not park in the area between the signs. This means you may not stop your vehicle in this area except to load or unload passengers or merchandise
© OPDS 2009 Do not turn left at the intersection
© OPDS 2009 Do not drive through the intersection
© OPDS 2009 Do not turn to go in the opposite direction (U-turn)
© OPDS 2009 Do not turn right when facing a red light at the intersection
© OPDS 2009 Do not turn left during the times shown
© OPDS 2009 Keep to the right of the traffic island
© OPDS 2009 Speed limit changes ahead
© OPDS 2009 Do not pass on this road
© OPDS 2009 Slow traffic on multi-lane roads must keep right
© OPDS 2009 The speed limit in this zone is lower during school hours. Observe the speed limit shown when the yellow lights are flashing
© OPDS 2009 This sign is installed on multi- lane highways with no centre median divider. It informs drivers approaching from both directions that they must stop for a school bus when its signal lights are flashing
© OPDS 2009 These signs, above the road or on the pavement before an intersection, tell drivers the direction they must travel when in that land. For example: the driver in lane one must turn left; the driver in lane two must turn left or go straight ahead; and the driver in lane three must turn right.
© OPDS 2009 Traffic may travel in one direction only.
© OPDS 2009 This is a pedestrian crossover. Be prepared to stop and yield right-of-way to pedestrians.
© OPDS 2009 This sign, above or on the road, means lane is only for two-way left turns.
© OPDS 2009 These signs mean lanes are only for specific types of vehicles, either all of the time or during certain hours. Different symbols are used for the different types of vehicles. They include: buses, taxis, vehicles with three or more people and bicycles.
© OPDS 2009 Keep to the right lane except when passing on two-lane sections where climbing or passing lanes are provided.
© OPDS 2009 Only public vehicles such as buses, or passenger vehicles carrying a specified minimum number of passengers, may use this lane.
© OPDS 2009 Vehicles cannot change lanes into or out of a high occupancy vehicle lane in this area.
© OPDS 2009 Road branching off ahead
© OPDS 2009 Drivers on the side road at the intersection ahead don’t have a clear view of traffic
© OPDS 2009 Pavement Narrows ahead
© OPDS 2009 Slight bend or curve in the road ahead
© OPDS 2009 Posted under a curve warning, this sign shows the maximum safe speed for the curve
© OPDS 2009 Sharp bend or turn in the road ahead
© OPDS 2009 Chevron (arrowhead) signs are posted in groups to guide drivers around sharp curves in the road
© OPDS 2009 Winding road ahead.
© OPDS 2009 The bridge ahead lifts or swings to let boats pass.
© OPDS 2009 Paved surface ends ahead.
© OPDS 2009 Bicycle crossing ahead.
© OPDS 2009 Stop sign ahead. Slow down.
© OPDS 2009 Share the road with oncoming traffic.
© OPDS 2009 Pavement is slippery when wet. Slow down and drive with caution.
© OPDS 2009 Hazard close to the edge of the road. The downward lines show the side on which you may safely pass.
© OPDS 2009 The road ahead is split into two separate roads by a median. Keep to the right- hand road. Each road carries one-way traffic.
© OPDS 2009 Right lane ends ahead. If you are in the right-hand lane you must merge safely with traffic in the lane to the left.
© OPDS 2009 Traffic lights ahead. Slow down.
© OPDS 2009 Steep hill ahead. You may need to use a lower gear.
© OPDS 2009 Two roads going in the same direction are about to join into one. Drivers on both roads are equally responsible for seeing that traffic merges smoothly and safely.
© OPDS 2009 Divided highway ends: traffic travels in both directions on the same road ahead. Keep to the right.
© OPDS 2009 Underpass ahead. Take care if you are driving a tall vehicle. Sign shows how much room you have.
© OPDS 2009 Bump or uneven pavement on the road ahead. Slow down and keep control of your vehicle.
© OPDS 2009 Railway crossing ahead. Be alert for trains. This sign also shows the angle at which the railway tracks cross the road.
© OPDS 2009 Sharp turn or bend in the road in the direction of the arrow. The checkerboard border warns of danger. Slow down; be careful.
© OPDS 2009 Deer regularly cross this road; be alert for animals.
© OPDS 2009 Truck entrance on the right side of the road ahead. If the sign shows the truck on the left, the entrance is on the left side of the road.
© OPDS 2009 Shows maximum safe speed on ramp
© OPDS 2009 Watch for pedestrians and be prepared to share the road with them.
© OPDS 2009 Watch for fallen rock and be prepared to avoid a collision.
© OPDS 2009 This sign warns you that you are coming to a hidden school bus stop. Slow down, drive with extra caution, watch for children and for a school bus with flashing red lights.
© OPDS 2009 These signs warn of a school crossing. Watch for children and follow the directions of the crossing guard or school safety patroller.
© OPDS 2009 Construction work one kilometre ahead.
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